With our Wooden O productions of Henry V and The Tempest in full swing in the parks, here’s your chance to join us indoors starting in the fall for Much Ado About Nothing, Richard II, The Importance of Being Earnest, and King Lear. Enter for a chance to win a pair of season tickets.
This summer Seattle Shakespeare Company will celebrate 20 years of free Shakespeare in the parks with productions of the Henry V and The Tempest. Performances of both productions will begin on Thursday, July 11 and will run through Sunday, August 11, 2013. “When I started Wooden O in 1994, I was fueled by that youthful [...]
A ship bearing the king of Naples, his son Ferdinand, the duke of Milan, and their retinues is caught in a storm. On a nearby island, Prospero and his daughter Miranda watch as the ship is wrecked on the rocky coast. Miranda knows that her father has magic powers and begs him to use them [...]
July 11-August 11, 2013 DESIGN TEAM Craig Wollam (Scenic Designer) K.D. Schill (Costume Designer) Marleigh Driscoll (Properties Designer) Crystal Dawn Munkers (Choreographer) CAST (in alphabetical order) Scott Ward Abernethy, Tonya Andrews, & Olivia Hartshorn (Ariel) Jonathan Crimeni (Ferdinand) Mike Dooly (Stephano) Jim Gall (King Alonso) Anastasia Higham (Miranda) Jim Lapan (Gonzalo) Meg McLynn (Antonio) Pilar [...]
Shakespeare’s magical tale where revenge yields to forgiveness. Exiled by his younger brother and marooned on an enchanted island with his daughter, the aging sorcerer Prospero discovers the human heart wields a greater power than all the spells at his command. July 11-August 11, 2013 By William Shakespeare Directed by Kelly Kitchens Running Time: Approximately [...]